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MSNBC
Sep 30, 2013 2:30am PDT
quote show the national security agency has been serially gathering information on connections u.s. citizens have made on social media since november 2012. massive amounts of data on phone calls and the e-mails have been collected by the nsa. this information can be used to pinpoint a person's exact location. here's the catch. it can also detect who a person is traveling with at any given time. if that wasn't enough, more
Al Jazeera America
Oct 4, 2013 5:30am EDT
at the pentagon, the national security agency, the cia, national guard and others are furloughed, basically forced leave, and it's unclear if they will get paid for it. one question arising from thursday's events is whether this budget standoff poses a real risk to american safety. does shutting off the flow of federal money mean we're putting ours in danger. joining me is robert from a u.s. security firm. he is a 30-year veteran of law enforcement. robert good to have you here. thank you for being with us. >> sure. >> there is a lot of sentiment going around that if you can afford to have so many nonessential people stay home, why do we need them in the first place. when it comes to law enforcement tell me your thoughts on this. >> that is an intuitive thought. but from working in the intelligence community, i can tell you that i -- i was key and essential in the last budget impasse in the mid-'90s, but those personnel right behind the first line of defense, intelligence analysts and other professions are tied to how i and others in the first line of defense do their jobs. maybe a few days or eve
PBS
Oct 5, 2013 5:00pm PDT
of the u.s. national security agency scandal much of the tech industry has grown critical of government snooping. some companies named us partners including facebook and google sued the u.s. in order to set the record straight. they're hoping to fight the perception that the n.s.a. has direct access to their servers. but the snodeen leaks prompted dire warnings predicting that american businesses would lose 10s of billions of dollars abroad. one industry nonprofit survey brought that 10% officials canceled contracts in the wake of the leaks. 56% of nonuse respondents said they were hesitant to work with cloud computing. none of that has panned out. some of the internet giant who is helped the n.s.a. gather datted oversees, privatey they felt little if any impact. some of those very same firms have half of the websites. the only major countries not under their sway are china and and japan. here local providers have managed to maintain domination of their market. and there's a number of theories as to why. someone that cloud custers have few alter native. and switching cost money. another
ABC
Sep 27, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. sleep number. comfort individualized. >> you are watching abc 7 news at 11:00. >> the national security agency internal watchdog is filed tools to spy on boyfriends and spouses. some, more than a decade old was a response to it a senator. most employees were either reprimanded or resigned. after control mode comments by the company's chairman. he said he would never use ads involving families with same-sex couples. >> it is very wrong. they apologize but the damage may be done brady companies facing boycotts. >> a new movie is raising into theaters with a lot of power. whether you should rush to see it. race.incredible >> this speed and danger of formula one racing in the 1970's. hunt lives the high life. law low -- rush celebrates the value of rivalry and the different paths to winning. it is good. our rating, rush gives one. it is a best bets. >> have a great weekend. i'm arch campbell. >> thank you. steve rudin is here to make sure we do have a good weekend. >> we haven't had any rain for over a week at this point. we need the rain. nine inside. what can we expect? changes on the way
FOX News
Sep 29, 2013 10:00am PDT
way. we will explain straight ahead. first, news that the national security agency is cree aight its ownnetwork of sorts. you could be a part of it whether you want to be or not. >>> with many americans already wary of the information the national security agency may be collecting, there is a new rankle raising concerns. they are creating a social networking site. according to the new york times, the spy agency is exploiting huge collections of data to create 5* type of profile of some americans and their social connections. that profile can identify your associates, their locations at certain times and even data on your travel companions. and it has all apparently been going on since 2010. out of the in box. it is our new segment we look into stories that you tell us you want to hear about, via twitter, e-mail and fate book. this week's question -- and facebook. this one comes from tcn on twitter. they want to know what happened to cap and balance? it is a good question when they are facing another deadline and funding temporary resolutions rather than actual budgets. your answer co
Al Jazeera America
Sep 28, 2013 7:30pm EDT
with a budget deal to stop a government shutdown. the national security agency could be your secret facebook friend. it is reportedly collecting data on americans through social media sites. >> bad communication is getting part of the blame for the deaths of at least 19 firefighters back in june.
CBS
Oct 3, 2013 4:30am EDT
on "cbs this morning." >>> the director of the national security agency admitted his spy agency tested its ability to track americans' cell phone locations, but general keith alexander told the senate judiciary committee that the nsa leaves tracking americans' cell phones to the fbi. he said that may change in the future. the senate hearing was on proposed reforms in the nsa's surveillance programs. >> coming up on the "morning news," charges in a road rage case. a biker accused in the motorcycle gang attack of an suv makes bail as we hear his side of the story. this is the "cbs morning news." side of the story. this is the krshs cbs. "cbs morning news." heart healthy, huh?! ugh! actually progresso's soup has pretty bold flavor. i love bold flavors! i'd love it if you'd open the chute! [ male announcer ] progresso. surprisingly bold flavor for a heart healthy soup. [ crashing ] [ male announcer ] when your favorite food starts a fight, fight back fast with tums. heartburn relief that neutralizes acid on contact and goes to work in seconds. ♪ tum, tum tum tum tums! and better is so easy w
Al Jazeera America
Sep 28, 2013 8:00pm EDT
days. >> a lot is up in the air. >> the national security agency is in the head lines again. a report by the "new york times" said the organization has been dipping into social media sites to track connections. the nsa used data to create sophisticated graphs and social connections including travel to facebook ties. it's happened since november 2010. times based reports on documents provided by edward snowden. joining us to talk about it is national security specialist jim walsh. tell me your first impression of the report. what do you think? >> i'm not surprised. think back to when the nsa spying scandal broke. the administration responded saying, "we are not listening to your phone calls, we are collecting metadata" as if calling it a fancy name, it was okay. my colleagues and i know it's a powerful tool. if you are a law-abiding american citizen, my daughter or son, the government can collect information about you. they may not be listening, but they know more from the metadata because they know who you are talking to, where you are going, who your social network it, where you trav
CSPAN
Oct 2, 2013 8:00pm EDT
by the director of national security agency general keith alexander and following my brief statement he will have an additional statement. we think this hearing is a key part of the discussion our nation needs about legislation that provides the intelligence committee with authorities both to collect foreign intelligence and to protect the privacy of the civil liberties. we, all of us in the intelligence community are very much aware of the recent unauthorized disclosures have raised serious concerns both here in congress and across the nation about our intelligence activities. we know the public wants both to understand how it's intelligence community uses its rules and authorities and to judge whether we can be trusted to use them appropriately. we believe we have been lawful under the rigorous oversight we have operated under has been affected so we welcome this opportunity to make our case to the public. as we engage in this discussion i think it's also important that our citizens know that the unauthorized disclosure of the details of these programs has been extremely damaging. from my vanta
CSPAN
Oct 5, 2013 12:00pm EDT
. they should be allowed to work. we have, for example, right now in our national security agencies, we have 1,000 mathematicians -- the nulls may- --the numbers may be a little bit wrong, but very close. we have 2,500 computer scientists, 940 ph.d.'s who are -- they're home. they can't work, they can't get paid. it's not fair to them or our country. let them work. and we get these little piecemeal pieces of lels from -- pieces of legislation from the house. for example, open the park service. in nevada, that's great because we have some national forests there. but 87% of the land in the state of nevada is owned by the federal government. the vast majority of that land is bureau of land management. we have some beautiful conservation areas, one called red rock, over a million people visit that every year. it's a closed. so opening the park service doesn't help place eight for nine miles out of las vegas where a million people come toist have. they come there to do that. some of the best rock climb something there. some of the best rock climbing in the world is there. these are ordinary america
Al Jazeera America
Sep 29, 2013 2:00am EDT
soldiers who were trained snipers, for almost three years the national security agency has been collecting dat to map on dt the social connection of his many americans, document connected by edward snowden showed the nsa had complex weeks of information about just who is connected to whom and t whom ant extent. the new york times analyzing the date the agency can map out details on someone's online friends and associates. it can even pinpoint an individual's location at any given time and know about whom a person travels with and much other information. poor communication is partly to he go blame for the deaths of 19 arizona fighters in june. authorities announced saturday that the crews radio failed between the men and support staff. causing a 30-minute blackout just moments before the men were taken over by flames. the findings also reveal an air tanker was hovering overhead when the fight fighters died. >> not all fact are known or will ever be known. even after in-depth analysis some questions still remain unanswered. however, i believe this report has done a good job in reconstructing
FOX News
Sep 29, 2013 7:00am PDT
york times" reporting that the national security agency has been collecting data to map out social connections based on things like facebook for three years now. the "times" says feds are tracking social connections saying that allows the government to identify some americans associations, associations over seas, their locations as well as their traveling companions and other personal information. the nsa did not comment on what phone logs and databases they're said to be using, but even facebook and voter registration information were said to be part of this sweep. >>> so no surprise, the obama care debate is front and center on fox news sunday this morning as the government funding debate continues or maybe it takes a little break today on capitol hill. but chris wallace is drilling down on the arguments over the health care law. here are republicans mike lee, and democrat tim kaine. listen. >> how many more americans will have to lose their jobs or health coverage or have their wages or hours cut as a result of this law before congress acts. it's time to act. the news that came
PBS
Sep 30, 2013 5:00pm PDT
to prepare a report on the national security agency role in the so-called u.s. assassination program. speaking to moviegoers at the rio film festival in brazil, they provided some details on the new project. however, neither provided any evidence to support the claims of the existence of the assassination program, or the nsa role in it. the author of the book dirty wars has come on rt america numerous times. >> we are moving back to an era like the 1980's, fueling dirty wars in central america, nicaragua, el salvador, and elsewhere. we have a full spectrum covert war. you have the drone strikes, use of mercenaries, use of special operations forces, cruise missile strikes, warlords in somalia. it is very dirty right now. people pay a lot of attention to drones right now. this is really full spectrum. >> glenn greenwald is a guardian journalist who worked with edward snowden on the nsa surveillance leaks and promised that much more will come out. apparently, he is making good on that promise. as soon as we know, you will know. it is a vehicle known as much more intimidating in looks th
ABC
Sep 28, 2013 4:00pm PDT
. >> new from abc 7 news. >> we are learning more about what the national security agency is doing with the massive amounts of information it is collecting. the new york times reports since 2010, they have used phone, met that data and e-mail logs to create a graphic analysis of american citizen's social connections. this includes travel document, gps documents and facebook ties. previously, analysis of data was announced for foreigners. an nsa spokesperson says it must include a foreign intelligence documentation. members of the united nationss are now inspecting syria's stockpile of chemical weapons to determine what needs to be destroyed t. inspectors left their hotel in damascus this morning to begin the process. over the next week, syrian authorities will provide detailed information for the inspectors, including the name and quantity of the weapons. the chemical arsenal is estimated to be a thousand tons. they would destroy the sockpile by the middle of next 84. two young men are under connection with an attempted shooting last night, involving a shooting guard. it happened a
CBS
Sep 30, 2013 5:30pm PDT
national security agency secrets, showing the government scoops up phone and internet records. the files were among the 20,000 classified documents snowden took with him to hong kong and russia. >> it's a tremendous boon to our foreign opponents. >> reporter: jim lewis, who's advised the pentagon and the white house on cyber defense, believes snowden's files are almost certainly in the hands of chinese and russian intelligence. >> the ability of a foreign, intelligence analyst to now sit down and look at this treasure trove of material on n.s.a. and >> the ability of a foreign and its budget on everything will give them a immense insight. >> reporter: so this is the kind of information they'd be happy to pay for? >> they would be happy to pay for it, steal, do whatever they took to get it. >> reporter: how do you put this genie back in the bottle? >> you don't. some of these things are over and what we have to do is rebuild. >> reporter: now, al qaeda has not gone completely silent and that's good news. analysts say it is a must for any terror group-- including al qaeda-- to communicate.
MSNBC
Sep 30, 2013 2:30am PDT
security agency has been serially gathering information on connections u.s. citizens have made on social media since november 2012. massive amounts of data on phone calls and the e-mails have been collected by the nsa. this information can be used to pinpoint a person's exact location. here's the catch. it can also detect who a person is traveling with at any given time. if that wasn't enough, more classified data is expected to be released soon. this time details outlining a top secret u.s. assassination program. ouch. >>> in nigeria, islamic extremists attacked a boarding school. horrible story over the weekend. in the admit of the night torching classrooms and killing at least 42 students. the attack on the college of agriculture is being blamed on the boca hair ram extremist group, an organization described by president obama as one of the most vicious terrorist groups in the world. a student told reporters there are about 200 attackers who stormed the college at about midnight. >>> still ahead on "way too early," tom brady, the so annoying patriots, look to stay unbeaten against the
FOX
Sep 28, 2013 10:00pm PDT
vehicle future. >>> new revelations are electing now the national security agency uses the social connections of americans. the new york times reports that the nsaate are called social graphs like facebook and google and can identify who people travel with, their location, and other personal information. originally the data was collected to track foreigners, but the times says it now includes americans. the report is based on documents leaked by edward snowden. >>> the anti-virus software pioneer john mcafee says he has a way to stop the nsa and called it decentral, but says right now it's an idea. mcafee made the claims at a tech conference in san josi and also invisits he never killed his neighbor in the central american nation of belize. mcafee is still considered a person of interest for that criminal. >>> speaking up against violence. >> people turn a blind eye to it. it is like it becomes normal. it's a plague. it's a disease. >> the efforts to put an end it to a growing problem. >>> but first, my favorite story of the night, proof it's never too late. happy couple staying
NBC
Oct 3, 2013 6:00am EDT
. 70% of the national security agency are furloughed. theituation is so serious national intelligence director says our security could be at risk if the shutdown drags on. some members of congress want clapper to ask the president to put some of those people back to work. >>> the transit agency says ridership is down 22% of the government shutdown. it usually runs eight car trains during rush hour. it it cuts the total capacity by 10%. you don't have to change your schedule this week if you take mark to work. they plan on keeping their current schedule. the agency might make some changes next week if the government shutdown is still going on. vre will run full service today. they will decide later today on. they will run on an f schedule tomorrow. one thing it can't touch it the highly anticipated navy/air force football game. >> naval academy says saturday's soldout game will still happen. air force, which is funded by the government, can make the trip thanks to a $250,000 gift that covers expenses 37 it's not clear who gave the academy such a big check. kickoff is set for 11:30 satu
FOX News
Oct 2, 2013 12:00pm PDT
furloughed. that includes staff from the cia, the national security agency and defense intelligence agency. he said with fewer spies to track targets, the greater the dangers. >> does america remain safe even with the shutdown? >> i have to qualify that, sir. i don't -- i don't feel that i can make such a guarantee to the american people. in that it would be much more difficult to make such a guarantee as each day of this shutdown goes by. >> when asked to quantify the damage from the shutdown, clapper says the risk is now 75% higher than it was yesterday. kathryn heritage has the news. he's live for us. what else did the intelligence director say. >> thanks, trace. the director of national intelligence james lapper also confirming he told them about the shutdown on tuesday about the impact on national security, that about 70% of civilian workforce is affected. >> do you think that's a responsible thing for the president to do as commander in chief, to not negotiate, to just watch the showdown? >> well i'm not going to -- i'd like to avoid the -- >> i'll give you my own opinion. i think it
Al Jazeera America
Sep 28, 2013 6:00pm EDT
security agency is in the headlines. a report by the "new york times" says they have been dipping into social media sites to track user connections. the nsa used massive collection of data to create sophisticated grafts of connections with citizens, including anything from travelel to facebook time. the times based its report on documents provided by edward snowden. >> two days, five hours and 52 minutes - that's all the time left until a government shutdown. as it stands now, the u.s. congress is giving indications that a government shutdown will happen because the u.s. house of representative's, which is meeting now has decided not to vote on a funding bill that past the u.s. senate yesterday. you are looking at a live picture of the house republicans who control the floor. they decided not to take up the clean budget resolution that passed the u.s. senate. you are looking at a live picture, where members come by to talk about what is going on the floor. the u.s. house of representative's led by republicans there are trying to kill obamacare, so what they'll do is not vote on t
Al Jazeera America
Oct 2, 2013 10:00pm EDT
security agency did with all the meta data that it got about phone calls? google has it. >> how much worse is it if they already have the e-mails themselfs. why is that any worse at all? >> the reasons -- one of the reasons is that there's a possibility of access to that. it's what was going on with the nsa. that's very troublesome. >> a lot of privacy issues these days to think about john and julia. i really appreciate you taking the time to joining us night and discuss this. >> thank you. spying on your e-mail to spying novel. it's the passing of tom clancy. we will work at how the genre has changed and how he helped it evolve. very little, if any, consequences. >>basically, this industry is saying, "we don't have to pay these workers at all. they should work for us, but we don't have to pay them." [[voiceover]] two-thirds of low-wage workers experience wage theft every week. >>you're telling that these people are allowed to treat people like this, and you can't do anything? >> obama administration officials said they need to enrol 2.7 u.s. redents between the ages of 18 and 35 in exchan
FOX News
Sep 29, 2013 9:00am PDT
security agency or nsa has been collecting data to map out social connections for nearly three years. the newspaper says the feds are tracking those social connections allowing the government to identify some americans' associates, their locations at certain times, their traveling companions, and other personal information. the nsa did not comment on what phone logs and databases they're using, but facebook and even voter registration information are said to be a part of the nsa's sweep. >>> we're not seeking nuclear weapons, so we're not six months, six years, 60 years away from nuclear weapons. we do not want nuclear weapons. we believe they are detrimental to our security. >> that is iran's prime minister this morning. again claiming iran does not want a nuclear bomb. he had the iranian delegation in geneva in three weeks when negotiations with the u.s. and five world powers are set to begin on iran's disputed nuclear program. he says he hopes to have a deal finished within one year. but there are warnings and words of caution from israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu when he
FOX News
Oct 2, 2013 3:00pm PDT
with the details. >> the democratic chairman called out the head of the national security agency today and the white house for misleading the public about the effectiveness of the nsa data collection program and the number of times terrorists attacks have been blocked. >> would you agree the 54 cases that kept getting cited by the administration were not all plots, and only 13 to 15 had some nexus to the u.s. would you agree with that, yes or no? >> yes. >> diane feinstein is working on legislation that will change the way the nsa operates. and while leahy is working on new collections, they are looking at the phone logs, and senator feinstein said the calls for dramatic reform were overblown and she said no nsa program would be shuttered on her watch. >> it is legal. we are looking at increased transparency. we are looking to make some changes. but we are not looking to destroy it, to destroy it is to make this nation more vulnerable. i just wanted to say that. i had to say it. >> one lawmaker managed to pry loose information about the possible use of gps coupled with the existing dat
CBS
Sep 29, 2013 7:30am PDT
will field questions from parliament tomorrow. >>> there is a new revelation by the national security agency. for nearly 3 years, the nsa has been analyzing phone calls and e-mail logs to map out american's social connection including traveling companions. it is to trap the associations with ill tell gence targets overseas. >> contract negotiations will continue. meanwhile, the unions are also busy making their case to the public with these flyers. they are leaving them on people's doors a using bart refusing to bargain with them. bart workers could walk off the job on october 11th if the two sides can't reach a deal in time. a backup plan is in the works to serve commuters just in case calling for 200 shuttle buses and extended carpool hours and there could be skeletal bart rail service with managers running the trains. >>> an expert is here to break down what you don't know about the affordable healthcare act for the bay area. >> plus, hitting the drive through but not just for fast food. where some people are pulling up to get vaccinated on the go. >>> one of san francisco's most popular
MSNBC
Sep 28, 2013 1:00pm PDT
items you may have missed. the national security agency is stirring up controversy yet again. this week, they confirmed some employees have used their eavesdropping power for personal gains, keeping tabs on their spouses and partners. while officials say the violation is not frequent and estimate only a dozen cases in the last decade, the trend was popular enough to garner its own spy craft label, love int. as in love intelligence. >>> next to florida, mother of three was awarded a new trial this week. she's currently serving a 20-year prison sentence for firing a warn shot during a threatening altercation with her abusive husband. the case received national attention because it centered around stand your ground laws. alexander garnered huge support from critics who say the state's justice system is skewed against black defendants. the florida attorney general who oversaw the prosecution of george zimmermann, served as prosecutor in alexander's case. >>> 8-year-old angelina johnny is a huge fan of brats dolls. nearly three dozen in her collection. but when she started to notice that non
FOX
Oct 3, 2013 6:00am PDT
a lock box. >>> new revelations from the national security agency raise concerns about privacy. tried to track cell phones in the u.s. including location data. nsa chief alexander said the agency ran tests in 2010 and 2011 to see if it was technically possible to gather smartphone data and said the information was never used. >>> national rifle association plans to sue california as signing the bill with semiautomatic rifles with detachable ammunition magazines. allowed manufacturers to get around previous assault bans in california. the nra said the bill is unconstitutional and, quote, would make unprecedented changes to california's already unjust assault weapon loss. >> already, pam. time now is 6:45. let's check with tori campbell to see what's coming up with mornings on 2. >> coming up in minutes, a driver in palo alto is randomly attacked, slashed with a knife and forced him out of the car and the new clue police have in the case. social media shows strong but contradicting reaction to the government shutdown and the simultaneous launch of the affordable care act. the winner is
NBC
Sep 29, 2013 8:00am EDT
. >> craig melvin is here with that. >>> we're learning the national security agency may be mapping your social connections. for almost three years the nsa has been matching data it collects from gps locaters, bank rolls, and facebook profiles. the details are part of a new report from "the new york times" based on documents from nsa leaker edward snowden. the nsa will not say how many americans were caught up in the effort. it did say all its work has a foreign intelligence purpose. >>> bond is set at a million dollars for a monday in louisiana accuse ofd shooting a spas store during his sermon. 53-year-old woodrow kerry was arrested when they say he walked into the church in lake charles friday night and shot pastor ronald harris twice. police still do not know why. >>> a former army sergeant nicknamed rambo pled not guilty to charges he recruited other soldiers in an alleged murder for hire plot. joseph hunter was arrested in thailand and appeared in a new york federal court. prosecutors say he's a contract killer who plotted to kill a dea agent and import cocaine. >>> the number two
ABC
Oct 3, 2013 6:00am EDT
the national security agency. the agency faces accusation it is invaded the privacy of americans on a massive scale. they admit they tries to track american's cell phone locations. they ran tests in 2010 and 2011 to see if it was technically possible to gather u.s. cell site data. the information they collected, they say, was never used. >>> well, your time now 6:38. it is 63 degrees. still ahead on good morning, washington, new developments in the vandalized 10 commandments mondayumeant into february, 2013. a landmark transportation bill is up for consideration. even though it's backed by republican governor mcdonnell... ken cuccinelli joins t tea party republicans to block thelan. but terry mcauliffe believes it's time to break through the gridlock in richmond. mcauliffe presses democrats to support the bill. and the bill passe terry mcauliffe. putting virginia first. "i'm terry mcauliffe, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad." >> we want to have our fans cheer and watch us play enjoy it. >> thank you for saying good morni
WHUT
Oct 3, 2013 6:00pm EDT
security agency says it has developed the capability to collect the location data from americans a cell phone use, but doesn't currently have a program to store it in bulk. speaking before the senate judiciary committee, general keith alexander said the mass collection of cell phone location information may be a future requirement, but not one currently in place. a chnology entrepreneur has revealed the full story of why he shut down his encrypted e- mail service earlier this year. closed lavabit in august after refusing to comply with a government effort to tap his customers information. levison has not confirmed the fbi was targeting edward snowden, who used lavabit's services, possess instead of just targeting snowden, the government effectively wanted access to the accounts of 400,000 other customers of lavabit, forcing his decision to close. he spoke out after a federal judge unsealed documents in the case on wednesday. i can august and he was under a gag order, levison appeared on democracy now! for his first broadcast interview. >> i think if the american public knew what our gov
FOX
Oct 3, 2013 5:00am EDT
" report that thehe national security agency is searching social networks.etwo alexander testified before the senate judiciarye ju committee about proposed rseforms to the n.s. a. security program first exposed by edward snowden.nowd it's day through and there are still glitches being reported on the healthcare website. >> more than 6 million people visited state and federal states in the first 36 hours. the high numbers show the huge interest people have in getting healthcare coverage. president obama said every now law and product has glitches and theh administration is fixing some fx of the problems. pro the president don't exceptn't the glitches to impede anyone from getting coverage. >> from surviving the shutdown to surviving a close move with a shark when one man's bold move caught on camera. going to see it straight ahead. >> the big ret stop, we know we what it stops but these school buses are doing anything but stopping at one local street.loc >> good morning. mor we're doing fine. our overnight lows are back lo in the mid 50s, we're going to be very warm and very sunny later to
CNN
Oct 2, 2013 1:00pm PDT
intelligence gathering, the national security agency apparently down 70% in terms of its civilian staff right now. some of the checking that you might do for hiring people through e verify system. that's not working right now. some food inspections not happen right now. some 19,000 families no longer with head start because it doesn't have funding right now. and of course the panda cam has gone dark over at the national zoo. still, you look at all of this and you say what does that add up to? well, if you go beyond just the immediate payout to the people who do these jobs and say that's money that's not in the economy and you go beyond this number to say how much does this ripple out to affect everything, moody analytics says then you can come up with a much bigger number. you can see if this goes on for one month, the combined economic impact will be equal to hurricane katrina and superstorm sandy combined minus the property damage. we're talking about the economic damage or another way of looking at it, jake, it's cost us about a quarter to a half million dollars since i started talking. ja
NBC
Sep 29, 2013 6:00am PDT
learning that the national security agency may be mapping your social connections. for almost three years the nsa has been matching data it collects from gps locators, bank codes, voter registration rolls and facebook profiles. the details are part of a new report from "the new york times" which is based on documents from nsa leaker edward snowden. they will not say how many americans were caught up in the effort but says all the work has a foreign intelligence purpose. bond is set at $1 million for a man in louisiana accused of shooting a pastor to death during his sermon. police arrested 53-year-old woodrow kerry and charged him with murder after he called 911 and admitted what he had done. he walked into the church in lake charles friday night and shot pastor ronald harris twice. police still do not know why. >>> a former army secretary nicknamed rambo pleaded not guilty to charges in an alleged murder for hire plot. he was arrested in thailand and appeared at a new york federal court to face those charges. hunter was in the army from 1983 to 2004. he is a contract killer who plotted t
CBS
Sep 28, 2013 7:00am PDT
has a name, lof int as in intelligence. the national security agency detailing in a letter to congress 12 cases in employees my using the wide ranging snooping power of government to spy on love interests. reviewing telephone numbers called on a girlfriend's phone, listening to collective phone conversations of an employee's mistress, looking ip e-mail addresses belonging to a former girlfriend, tasking the system to scan for communications of a wife, and in one case, a woman checked a foreign telephone number she discovered in her husband's cell phone because she suspected he'd been unfaithful. >> several of these case were referred to the department of justice for potential prosecution, appropriate discipline, action in other cases. we hold ourselves accountable every day. >> but james banford, author of the shadow factory about the nsa says this is probably the tip of the iceberg. he blames human nature saying it's hard to resist taking a peek at a lover's communications when you have the power to track them anywhere in the world. >> they have somebody in there who has the access an
MSNBC
Sep 29, 2013 12:00pm PDT
.s. intelligence source tells nbc that the national security agency, nsa, did get a heads up about a potential attack in kenya before the massacre, however they apparently get several warnings like that every month. speaking of the nsa, the "new york times" reports the nsa has been mapping our social connections. the latest leak reveals the spy agency collected data using people's gps location, voter registration roles and facebook profiles. and assad says his government will comply with the u.n. resolution to destroy its chemical weapons. assad added he is willing to continue to talk about a political solution to his country's civil war. >>> back here, government shutdown or not, come tuesday, americans can start especially rolling for coverage under the affordable care agent. aka obamacare. the president of enroll america is a nonpart sisan group. ann, great to see you. the president said it will not be a trouble free roll out. take a listen. >> somewhere around the country, there is going to be a computer glitch, the website's not working quite the way it's supposed to work. something happe
FOX
Sep 30, 2013 6:00am PDT
that the national security agency has crossed a line when it comes to american citizens. and we all saw this heated conversation between former giants pitcher brian wilson and the team's president after the dodgers-giants game last week. what wilson is saying now about what was discussed. and a sphoalen -- stolen moving van found in the south bay. why the family who rented the van is still heart broken. those stories and more coming up on mornings on 2. now back to you on the morning news. >> thank you. >>> time 6:48. let's check in with sal and what you're seeing on the roads. no sal. okay. we don't have sal. we'll get sal a little later on. we'll get the latest on all of that. we'll take a quick break. >> let's check in with steve first. >> we have to talk to steve. >> people are wondering about the weather. we were using our windshield wipers this morning. >> nice segue. >> a little bit. we have light drizzle, foggy conditions. joss lynn over in daly city says foggy and cold here. there are a few locations where it's really mild. oakland sitting at 66 degrees. light rain, drizzle. this system is
FOX
Sep 29, 2013 7:00am EDT
. and the operation even has a name -- "loveint," as in "intelligence." the national security agency detailing in a letter to congress 12 cases of employees mis- using the wide ranging snooping power of the government to spy on romantic interests reviewing telephone numbers called on a girlfriend 's phones.. listening to collected phone conversations of a woman with whom an employee was having sex... querying email addresses belonging to a former girlfriend... tasking the system to look for communications of a wife... and in one case a woman checked a foreign telephone number she had discovered in her husbands cellular phone because she suspected he'd been unfaithful: several of these cases were referred to the department of justice for potential prosecution, appropriate discipline, action and other cases. we hold ourselves accountable every day." but james bamford, author of 'the shadow factory" about the n-s-a -- says this is probably the tip of the iceberg because its human nature and so hard to resist taking a peek at a lover's communications when you have the power to track them anywhere
Al Jazeera America
Oct 2, 2013 5:00pm EDT
council resolution. the united nations has a special agency that is going to negotiate this security and safety of all foreign staff, international staff inside the country. but there is going to be absolutely critical to the whole operation that they can move safely through the areas. we hope and we hope also that the arab countries backing some of the rebel movements will be able to persuade them to adhere to the international agreements and the destruction operations. >> john and byjornb thank you very much. we'll look at the syrian weapons and the changing equation for the neighbors. you're watching "inside story." stay with us. >> obama: we're bothed pleased there is an possibility of finally getting chemical weapon stock piles out of syria. but i think we both share deep concern that we have to be able to verify and enforce what has now been agreed to as the united nations. chemical weapons inside of syria obviously threaten syrian civilians but over long term pose a threat to israel. we want to make sure that we get those indiscriminate horrible weapons out of there. >> that w
Al Jazeera America
Sep 30, 2013 7:00am EDT
published by former national security agency contractor edward snowden. >> at least 51 people are dead. al-qaeda is blamed for the attacks which rocked mostly shia neighborhoods in baghdad. a parked car exploded near a market, killing seven and injuring more than a dozen people. it was followed by 10 other car bombs which exploded across city parking lots, near markets and other crowded areas. >> four suspected militants are now dead following a u.s. drone strike in pakistan. the c.i.a. operated drone shot two missiles into a house near the afghan border. six suspected militants were targeted by u.s. drone strikes in the exact same region. pakistan claim drone attacks vital the nation's sovereignty. u.s. officials claim the strikes have aided in defeating insurgents. >> storms are pounding the pacific northwest. heavy rains and winds are now moving into the area. the first of the storms has already brought a month said worth of rain. a close watch is being kept on the weather and brings us more now. >> the national weather service calls this the strongest storm within memory for the month
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